VIDEO: Chef Luke Butcher creates a decadent chocolate tart


Michelin star pastry chef Luke Butcher from Purnell’s in Birmgham creates a ‘millionaires’ chocolate tart dish. Watch step by step as Luke takes us through their version of this classic pastry dish.

See the recipe for Luke’s dish here:Recipe for chocolate tart here:


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